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Dec 7, 2013 7:00am PST
girl who uploaded the video can be considered under texas law a party to the crime or an accessory to the crime. and it's not difficult to be an accessory to the crime. all she has to do is encourage it. so if that young lady who's videotaping it -- there's evidence that she encouraged the assault -- she can be charged for assault, as well. >> now, even if she doesn't say, "we're going to make sure this gets online or gets on a worldstar, and if she holds the camera, and that's implicit enough in a way to encourage the girl to punch, that's still worth -- can be charged? >> i think it's going to go beyond that. if i were investigating this case, i would look at her behavior before. is there evidence that they talked about this before it actually happened? are there text messages? e-mails? anything that would show that these girls were in on it together, they planned it together. i mean, did she just so happen to have the video phone out at the moment that this happened? is that a coincidence, o or was she expecting it to happen? >> the victim's mother spoke with khou, and i
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